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Author: Gregory Clark
ISBN: 1570035393
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Pages 176 pages
Publisher University of South Carolina Press (May 1, 2004)
Language English
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eBook Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme from Kenneth Burke (Studies in Rhetoric/Communication) download

by Gregory Clark


Rhetorical Landscapes in America is an extraordinary book. Imaginatively expanding on Kenneth Burke’s rhetoric of identification, Gregory Clark skillfully guides us through a rich exploration of the discursive and nondiscursive experiences of civic tourism

Rhetorical Landscapes in America is an extraordinary book. Imaginatively expanding on Kenneth Burke’s rhetoric of identification, Gregory Clark skillfully guides us through a rich exploration of the discursive and nondiscursive experiences of civic tourism. In so doing, he persuasively demonstrates how those experiences of symbolic landscape significantly shape our individual and collective identities as Americans. At this moment in our national history, this book is a tour not to be missed. —Steven Mailloux, University of California, Irvine, Chancellor's Professor of Rhetoric.

He lives in Provo, Utah

He lives in Provo, Utah

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Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme by Kenneth Burke (University of South Carolina Press, 2004). Oratorical Culture in America: Essays on the Transformation of Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric, with S. Michael Halloran. Southern Illinois University Press, 1993). Dialogue, Dialectic, and Conversation: A Social Perspective on the Function of Writing (Southern Illinois University Press, 1990). Recent articles and chapters. He Huaka‘i at Ha’ena: Treasured Places and the Rhetorical Art of Identity, with Chelle Pahinui, 219-236.

Gregory Clark (born 1950 in Provo, Utah) is an American scholar and teacher working in rhetorical studies and American .

Gregory Clark (born 1950 in Provo, Utah) is an American scholar and teacher working in rhetorical studies and American cultural criticism His theoretical project centers on an ongoing exploration of rhetorical aesthetics: ways that rhetoric works through aesthetic means and ways that aesthetic encounters do rhetorical work. Clark's primary resource for this work is the work of Kenneth Burke.

Contextualizing rhetoric’s so-called aesthetic turn within the German aesthetic tradition, we argue that aesthetic rhetoric remains constrained . Rhetorical landscapes in America : variations on a theme from Kenneth Burke.

Contextualizing rhetoric’s so-called aesthetic turn within the German aesthetic tradition, we argue that aesthetic rhetoric remains constrained b. . The Aesthetic Turn and the Rhetorical Perspective on Argumentation.

Clark, Gregory (2004) Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme from Kenneth Burke, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. Cohen, Jonathan (2001) ‘Defining Identification: A Theoretical Look at the Identification of Audiences with Media Characters’, Mass Communication & Society 4(4): 245–64. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Coles, Robert (1989) The Call of Stories: Teaching and the Moral Imagination, Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Rhetorical landscapes in America by Clark, Gregory, 2004, University of South Carolina Press . Rhetorical landscapes in America. variations on a theme from Kenneth Burke.

Rhetorical landscapes in America. Published 2004 by University of South Carolina Press in Columbia.

Yet, questions of who should receive rhetorical education, in what form, and for what purpose, continue to vex teachers and scholars. The essays in this volume converge to explore the purposes, problems, and possibilities of rhetorical education in America on both the undergraduate and graduate levels and inside and outside the academy.

Melding Kenneth Burke’s concept of rhetorical communication and jazz . He is the author of Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme.

Melding Kenneth Burke’s concept of rhetorical communication and jazz music’s aesthetic encounters with a rigorous sort of democracy, this book weaves an innovative argument about how individuals can preserve and improve civic life in a democratic culture.

At the same time a reading of Kenneth Burke and of tourist landscapes in America, Gregory Clark's new study explores the rhetorical power connected with American tourism. Looking specifically at a time when citizens of the United States first took to rail and then highway to become sightseers in their own country, Clark traces the rhetorical function of a wide-ranging set of tourist experiences. He explores how the symbolic experiences Americans share as tourists have helped residents of a vast and diverse nation adopt a national identity. In doing so he suggests that the rhetorical power of a national culture is wielded not only by public discourse but also by public experiences.